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Objectives:
The Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology incorporates the Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology, Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology and the Certificate III in Clothing Production. These courses will equip you with comprehensive skills, knowledge and design capabilities to work in the fashion industry. In the first year students will complete the Certificate III in Clothing Production and commence the Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology. Students will also develop individual skills forming a valuable foundation for further fashion studies. The course covers a variety of core disciplines based on the fashion industry. In the second year of study students will complete the Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology and the Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology. These courses will increase your awareness of the complementary and integrated roles of design, pattern making, construction and associated technologies. The course encourages you to develop, investigative and create skills related to the current and future directions of the fashion industry. The Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology forms the third year of study. This course offers participants a chance to enhance their skills in fashion design, marketing and global operations. Students will develop communication skills and knowledge to prepare them to liaise with all industry stake holders, from designers through to manufacturers and marketers. The fashion industry has strongly supported the development and delivery of the Advanced Diploma. As part of the program, students undertake an internship with a major fashion enterprise. Students will work in industry for two days a week for a period of six months or in a four day block for eight weeks. Fashion students are also offered the opportunity to participate in an international study tour. Fashion course graduates can look forward to an exciting and rewarding career in the fashion industry. Career pathways include pattern engineering, quality assurance management, product development and design, design development, production development management and merchandising. Graduates may also look forward to working as a garment technician.
Entry Requirements:
Non-Year 12 and Year 12 applicants for the Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology, Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology and the Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology are expected to have suitable language, literacy and numeracy skills to undertake the course. There are no minimum tertiary entrance requirements for current Year 12 applicants. All applicants will be required to complete and submit a Supplementary Application Form, attend an information session and submit a resume and photographs of design work and garments.
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Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Course Description:
Modules / Units of Competency
There are a number of Modules / Units of Competency that form the Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology . The Modules / Units of Competency and hours listed below are included in the current Gordon course structure and are subject to change.
 
Title     Approx. Hours

Certificate III in Clothing Production
Follow defined OH&S policies and procedures     30
Apply quality standards     30
Work in the textiles, clothing and footwear industry     40
Identify fibres and fabrics     50
Sew components     50
Use specialised machinery or processes to assist assembly production     30
Identify fabric performance and handling requirements     40
Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles     50
Modify patterns to create basic styles     50
Identify design process for fashion designs     40
Draw and interpret a basic sketch     30
Prepare and produce sewn garment     60
Sew woven and stretch knit garments     40
Interpret patterns and apply pattern information     30
Prepare and design concept for a simple garment     80
Draw a trade drawing for fashion design     40
Use a sewing machine     40
Operate computing technology in TCF Workplace     50

TOTAL     780

Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Follow defined OH&S polices and procedures     30
Identify fibres and fabrics     50
Identify design process for fashion designs     40
Draw and interpret a basic sketch     30
Identify fabric performance and handling requirements     40
Apply design studio process     80
Interact and network with fashion industry participants     80
Operate computer technology in a TCF workplace     50
Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles     50
Draw a trade drawing for fashion design     40
Assist in preparation of preliminary design concepts     80
Conduct quality assurance for patterns and garments     30
Create pattern to meet design specifications applying advanced pattern making principles     80
Cut fabrics for prototype     40
Develop product specifications for fashion design     40
Grade 2D patterns     80
Identify influences on contemporary fashion designs and construction techniques     40
Create pattern from block to meet customer specifications     50
Sew design prototypes     60
Source materials and resources for production of fashion designs     30
Use electronic fashion design tools     80
Drape fabrics to make patterns     60
Analyse fit model     40
Produce fashion illustrations     50

TOTAL     1250

Diploma in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Follow defined OH&S polices and procedures     30
Identify fibres and fabrics     50
Identify fabric performance and handling requirements     40
Draw a trade drawing for fashion design     40
Interact and network with fashion industry participants     80
Develop product specifications for fashion design     40
Apply design studio process     80
Draw and interpret a basic sketch     30
Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles     50
Identify design process for fashion designs     40
Assist in preparation of preliminary design concepts     80
Calculate cost estimates for fashion products     30
Conduct quality assurance for patterns and garments     30
Create pattern to meet design specifications applying advanced pattern making principles     80
Cut fabrics for prototype designs     40
Grade 2D patterns     80
Identify influences on contemporary fashion designs and construction techniques     40
Create pattern from block to meet customer specifications     50
Sew design prototypes     60
Source materials and resources for production of fashion designs     30
Use electronic fashion design tools     80
Drape fabrics to make patterns     60
Analyse fit model     40
Develop marketing plans for fashion products     50
Manipulate fabrics to create new finishes     20
Develop and present design concepts within specific guideline     50
Produce fashion illustrations     50
Develop merchandising plans for fashion products     40
Develop patterns for complex fashion garments     100
Grade shaped patterns     60
Apply design studio processes to meet client brief     90
Determine and specify advanced construction processes     100
Operate computer technology in a TCF workplace     50
Participate in production planning processes     70

TOTAL     1860

Advanced Diploma in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Evaluate commercial viability of designs     50
Manage product development for fashion designs     60
Manage design processes     80
Develop a fashion range     100
Apply studio processes to create and produce designs for commercial production     100
5 specialist units     TBA
 
Duration
The fashion courses form a full-time three-year course*. Students can expect approximately 26 hours of class attendance spanning four days a week. The student intake is generally in February of each year.

* Selected units may be available on a part time basis. To check availability please contact Course Information.

Selection Criteria
If there are more applicants than course vacancies then preference will be given to applicants who have demonstrated creative, conceptual and technical abilities and knowledge of and interest in the fashion industry.

Pathways
Links and options exist between various levels of study. Accredited pathways exist enabling students to move between courses within the Gordon and to other higher education institutions.

Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology

    * Fashion designer
    * Patternmaker
    * Product developer
    * Retail buyer OR Visual merchandiser

        
Bachelor of Applied Science - Fashion Technology OR
        
Bachelor of Applied Science - Fashion and Textiles Merchandising
 
Recognition of Prior Learning

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) may be given for skills and knowledge gained through previous study or other relevant experience. For further information refer to the RPL brochure that can be found under Downloads & Forms.
 
Gordon Institute Support Services

The Gordon offers a range of support services to assist prospective students with course, career or fee advice. For enrolled students, the Gordon provides general education support, counselling and careers advisors, disability support services and an Indigenous Education Unit. The Gordon also offers an on-campus Student Residence for students living away from home. If you need assistance in any of these aspects please let a Gordon staff member know so that we can arrange assistance where appropriate.
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